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Learners design their own experiment to investigate whether the temperature of the surrounding water affects the rate at which the colored coating dissolves from an M&M.
Learners create hard water by mixing Epsom salt and water. Then they compare what happens when soap solution is mixed with hard water and regular water.
This three-part activity consists of an activity that groups of learners develop themselves, a given procedure, and an optional demonstration.
In this activity, learners heat and cool carbonated water to find out whether temperature has an effect on how fast the dissolved gas leaves carbonated water.
Learners build a pendulum from a yo-yo, and then design their own experiment to determine what affects the pendulum's period of swing.
In this activity, learners will examine a variety of seeds, describe them, and determine how they are dispersed.
Learners design their own experiment to investigate how pollution diffuses through ground material.
Learners design their own experiment to determine which M&M color dissolves the fastest in water.
In this activity, learners explore the process of condensation.
In this activity, learners investigate whether having sugar already dissolved in water affects the speed of dissolving and the movement of sugar and color through the water.
Learners initially test to see how many drops of liquid (water, rubbing alcohol, and vegetable oil) can fit on a penny.
In this activity, learners will develop a method to test five similar-looking powders (baking soda, baking powder, cream of tartar, detergent, and cornstarch) with four test liquids (water, vinegar, i
Each learner chews a piece of gum until it loses its flavor, and then leaves the gum to dry for several days.
Learners design their own experiment to compare how well cocoa mix dissolves in cold and hot water. They will see that cocoa mix dissolves much better in hot water. Adult supervision recommended.
Learners build devices from rubber bands to test for invisible air pollutants.
Learners mix vinegar and baking soda to produce a gas. With the addition of a bit of liquid soap, the gas becomes trapped in measurable bubbles.